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9/11 tribute planned

9/11 tribute planned

This year’s Route 66 Cruisin’ Reunion, scheduled to be held this weekend in Ontario, will pay tribute to the victims of the 2001 terrorist attacks. “Fueled by the Fallen 9/11 Vehicles” has been added to this year’s event, said Sue Oxarart, spokeswoman for the Greater Ontario Convention & Visitors Bureau, …

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Sink or Swim in the GOP Debate

By Ed Hoffman Those of us who have been paying attention will all be looking for different things from the second Republican presidential debate tonight. Here’s what I’ll be looking for; maybe you can relate to some of these, or maybe they can inspire you to add to your own …

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Good news at the gas pump

Good news at the gas pump

Gasoline prices continued to drop this week, both in California and the Inland Empire. Statewide, the average price of a gallon of regular gasoline as this morning was $3.14, down from $3.26 one week ago and $3.59 last month, according to AAA’s Daily Fuel Gauge Report, an online breakdown of …

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Mortgage crisis continues to wane

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An estimated 759,000 properties regained equity during the second quarter of this year, according to data released Tuesday. Nearly 46 million mortgaged residential properties had equity as of June 30, about 91 percent of all such properties in the United States, Irvine-based CoreLogic reported in its quarterly equity analysis. Approximately …

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Housing construction down in most markets

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Lack of housing construction isn’t only a problem in Southern California. Despite significant job growth during the past several years, new home construction is currently below where it needs to be in most U.S. metropolitan areas, which is causing persistent housing shortages and unhealthy price growth, according to the National …

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Golf tournament helps charities

Golf tournament helps charities

Citizens Business Bank has raised $60,000 for charities through its annual charity golf tournament. The Ontario-based bank’s 30th annual Charity Golf Classic, held in June at Yorba Linda Country Club, raised money for Mission Hospital in Mission Viejo, United Cerebral Palsy of Orange County, St. Joseph Hospital in Orange and …

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